Four students were injured during protests in Venezuela's capital on Tuesday, local media reported.
Brazil’s Electoral Court is resuming trial into the allegations that the impeached President Dilma Rousseff and sitting President Michel Temer, who had been vice president then, received illegal funding in the presidential campaign of 2014, which can possibly lead to Temer's ouster, local media reported Tuesday.
Venezuela's US-backed political opposition has capitalized on the country's dire lack of foodstuffs, using the crisis to destabilize the local population. However, Russia won't allow this "food blackmail" of the country, the Latin American nation's Minister for External Commerce and International Trade told Sputnik.
The number of those injured in the anti-government protests in Venezuela reached 15,000, one of the country's opposition leaders said Saturday.
So US President Donald Trump has gone ahead and decided to quit the Paris agreement on climate change. The United States is one of only three countries around the world who have refused to agree to the deal, the others being Syria and Nicaragua. But they have very different reasons.
Uruguay could be "a very good place" for Russian robotic companies looking for a country to carry out research or establish a manufacturing site, the country's minister of Industries, Energy and Mining told Sputnik on Friday.
Maduro announced that the country's draft constitution would be put to referendum.
Venezuela’s Foreign Trade and International Investment Minister Jesus German Faria Tortosa said that Venezuela is interested in receiving foreign investment from Russian companies not only for the oil and gas industries, but also a vast number of other spheres.
The Organization of American States halted indefinitely Venezuela crisis talks after failing to agree a way forward.
Government officials in Central America are concerned that US President Donald Trump’s administration is deporting members of infamous Salvadoran gang Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, back to their home countries, raising fears that their presence may increase violent crime.
Scores of anti-government protesters were hurt on Wednesday in Venezuela’s capital after clashing with security forces who fired tear gas and water cannon at the crowds.
Although cultural truths -- that men are smarter than women, for instance -- are known to be relative, empirical truths -- that the Earth revolves around the Sun -- are considered by psychologists to be irrefutable, once they have been proven.
The Russian Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman urged the Venezuelan government and opposition to hold a constructive dialogue.
Evo Morales announced the decision three nuclear medicine centers to fight against cancer.
The administration of US President Donald Trump is set to roll back the sweeping reforms implemented by former President Barack Obama on diplomatic and economic relations with the Caribbean island nation of Cuba.
Foro Penal non-governmental organization announced that sixty-nine people have been killed in Venezuela since April 1 as result of numerous, violent protests held against the nation's leader Nicolas Maduro.
Washington has moved one step closer to introducing new tough sanctions against Nicaragua for alleged 'human rights violations'. Meanwhile, an Organization of American States mission pulled out of the country without giving an explanation. Russian political analyst Igor Pshenichnikov warns that the US may be preparing a Maidan scenario for Managua.
Manuel Antonio Noriega, Panama's former dictator, has passed away aged 83.
A Venezuelan diplomatic source said that a total of two Venezuelan ministers and a vice president of state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela oil and gas company will present Caracas at the upcoming St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Russian Consul in Mexico City said that Mexican authorities have charged Russian national Alexei Makeev with premeditated murder.
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